Poetry

“Social Gathering (Shaken, Not Stirred)” (Summer 2016)

“At this point in my life, I never want to have a drop of alcohol again.  I never want to attend a social gathering that involves alcohol or any situation where people make decisions based on the substances they have consumed,” —Brock Turner. Continue reading

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Prose

“Hair” (Fall 2017) – Part 1

To celebrate tomorrow’s launch of Mangrove Journal‘s winter 2017 issue, here’s part of the story I wrote that wormed its way in. It’s incredibly long, so I’ll post it in two segments. This also happens to be the first part of my novella, Take of My Body. So to be dramatic: without further ado, I present my dearest story, “Hair.” Continue reading